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You can buy the Sony Ericsson Satio unlocked for a hefty $650.
Tired of hanging out at the Apple store all the time? Maybe Sony's new retail facade is for you.
For indoor and backyard theaters alike, this refurbished Optoma offers bright, razor-sharp images on the cheap. The only downside is the short warranty.
This network-friendly player includes support for Netflix and Pandora. A Wi-Fi adapter costs extra, though, so you'll need an Ethernet connection nearby.
The bundle includes Norton Internet Security 2011, Norton Utilities 15, and Norton Ghost 15. The only catch: two rebates, one requiring a "competitive upgrade."
Need some extra storage for your phone? This card works with most models and sells for less than half what you'd pay in an electronics store.
How loaded? In addition to its FM transmitter that plays MP3s and audiobooks through your car speakers, the Nuvi 855 recognizes your spoken voice commands.
Or, better yet, don't. An extra $30-$40 buys you any number of other e-book readers that include Wi-Fi, effectively freeing you from Sony's evil desktop software.
On tap for today: Dirt-cheap noise-isolating earphones, a pair of HD pocket camcorders, the cheapest Jawbone headset ever, and a thrifty DVD/sound bar combo.
Dell's deal of the day is for a new, pink pocket camcorder. It's great for capturing everyday moments that you want to share on YouTube.